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Old 06-04-2004, 04:19 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a subwoffer lying around and some new speakers which i would lke to install on the hatshelf behind the rearseats...but i cant get it lose...its stuck and i cant find any method(except the well known hammer method) to get it off so i can bore some wholes and attache the subwoffer...any ideas?
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kind of car?
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Old 06-05-2004, 08:46 AM   #4 (permalink)
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HAHA:P opps forgot that one
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As far as reomoving the rear deck, start by pulling up on the front of the seat part of the back seat. Then pull up and out to remove the seat back. You should see several trim fasteners holding the rear shelf in place remove those. The rear shelf should slide out. To remove the C pillar trim panels just grab them and gently pull them out. They're held in by tension fasteners. WARNING: the C pillar trim pieces area a hell to get back in place.


As far as installing a sub, are you thinking of just mounting the sub in the rear shelf? Unless the sub is a free-air sub (does not need an enclosure--relatively rare), I would recomend mounting it in a box and placing it in the trunk. Low frequencies will easily pass through the trunk walls and a sub in a box will get much louder much quicker than one that is not.
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Thank you very much...i had lots of problems removing the seat but ill try to get the backpart of now as you described!

Well offcourse that would be better...but i do need the space so im looking for a speical sub that can be fitted under the seat, very neat but not as good as a normalsized

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there are not any subs you can fint under the seat. The RWD eliminates the chance of utilizing the space.
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hmm...thats bad...
any ideas except for a box?...will it work behind the backseatback?
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I am assuming you are taking about doing something like the pic below? IF you do this, the sound quality yielded will not even come close to the labor put in. The guy who posted this pic immediately built a box (which drafted only a little more space) because it sounded horrible.
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yes thats about what i thought but i thought ide out it on on side not in themiddle...but i guess that wont make any difference:'(
well well...illjust have to find some good subwoffer with a small box then:/
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